Busan Food Tour via LAN (Online)
Top 3 must try when you visit Busan!
No. 1: Pork and Rice Soup (Dwaejigukbap)Pork and rice soup is definitely the first pick food in the city for Busan supporters as Busan representative food. Hot broth with pork bones, fresh chive kimchi, salted shrimp, and noodles are prepared in a set. Roll the thin noodles as the appetizers by adding a spoonful of seasoned chives and salted shrimp into the soup with an incredible amount of meat and soup for a more pleasantly surprising flavor.
No. 2: Wheat Noodles (Milmyeon)The second-best food for travelers in Busan will be wheat noodles (milmyeon).
No. 3: Stir-fry Octopus, Beef Small Intestine and Shrimp (Nakgopsae)Boasting a spicy combination of red sauce, octopus, beef intestine, and shrimp, nakgopsae ranks third among the best foods according to travelers. Enjoy the mouthwatering scene seeing a simmering mix of octopus, beef intestine, and shrimp transforming from their milky appearance to a bright red as they absorb the red seasoning! Put a scoop of white rice on top and mix well to let the flavors of nakgopsae able to fulfill your mouth. It’s delicious spicy taste always satisfies anyone without fail!
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Survey: Delicious BusanSubjects: Visit Busan’s Website Visitors (Korean Language)
Top Busan foods for foreigners!
No. 1: Pork and Rice Soup (Dwaejigukbap)Foreign travelers ranked the pork and rice soup as the number one food in Busan. They fell in love with the soup’s thick broth and were surprised with the savory soft and tender meat that can’t be found anywhere else.
No. 2: Sugar-filled Seeded Griddlecake (Ssiat Hotteok)Second is ssiat hotteok, which has grown popular in the national district.
No. 3: SeafoodWith seasonal seafood available every season, Busan presents the true winner of the foodie tour. The third-ranked best food - Busan’s seafood is a delight you can’t miss when you plan a trip to Busan. Enjoy fresh seafood with various flavors in Busan!
Survey: Delicious BusanSubjects: Visit Busan’s Website Visitors (English, Chinese [simplified and traditional], Japanese)